Children queue for food at a school feeding scheme during a coronavirus lockdown in Blue Downs, a town near Cape Town, South Africa, on May 4, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Children queue for food at a school feeding scheme during a coronavirus lockdown in Blue Downs, a town near Cape Town, South Africa, on May 4, 2020. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Coronavirus pandemic has increased hunger and the need for food system reform

  • By transforming food systems to be healthier, more sustainable and inclusive, we can recover from the pandemic and limit the impact of future crises

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Children queue for food at a school feeding scheme during a coronavirus lockdown in Blue Downs, a town near Cape Town, South Africa, on May 4, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Children queue for food at a school feeding scheme during a coronavirus lockdown in Blue Downs, a town near Cape Town, South Africa, on May 4, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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